Relevant Passive House websites International

  • International Passive House Conference
    Website about the yearly organised International Passive House Conference. The next conference will be the 14th International Passive House conference in Dresden (Germany) on 28th – 29th May 2010. The website includes also information about the previous Conferences.
      
  • EU-project „CEPH“
    This project brings together stakeholders from across Europe who already have experience in Passive House design training. Based on this knowledge the most experienced consortium partners will generate a ten-day intensive course in Passive House design.
     
  • EU-Project “passive house retrofit kit”
    The tool-kit provides information of Passive House Retrofitting, including information about the principles of Passive House standard, economic aspects, non-energetic aspects, best practice examples, building types of this country and measures. The website is available in the national languages of 13 European countries.
     
  • EU-Project “Passive-On”
    The Passive-On project examined how to take the Passive House concept forward, especially in Southern Europe. In warm regions often the challenge of providing cool houses in summer is more important than providing warm houses in winter.
    Major outcomes are:
    - Design Guidelines and an enhanced PHPP-Software
    - Design Tool for developing cost effective all season Passive Houses
    - a set of Policy Proposals for Policy makers
     
  • EU-project “CEPHEUS”
    CEPHEUS project has being running between 1998 and 2001. In the countries Switzerland, Sweden, France, Germany, Austria 250 units in Passive House standard have been evaluated. The results of the evaluation are documented in several reports.
     
  • Project „Build with CaRe”
    Build with CaRe (Carbon Reduction) aims to mobilise all forces in order to make energy-efficient building design the mainstream. Local and regional authorities, universities and institutes from 10 regions in 5 countries in the North Sea Region are active in the project, which started in 2008. The website informs about applied technologies, best practise examples as well as training courses.